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I have an owner who had a player come off the IR, but he wasn't able to change his other player spots for that day. He did do the drop a player, to remove the IR one for the next day (league has next day moves) and then he asked me if I knew how to fix the issue/what I could do. As I could tell, the only rostering I could do in terms of editing, would be for tomorrow, which doesn't help him today.
Just wondering if this is a new/old issue, as I know in previous years, even with someone in the IR spot, who was off the IR, you could still edit the placements of the other players for that day despite the league being next day add/drops.
Thanks for the help.
I have the same problem with Kesler right now, but I have found some what of a solution. Click on "My Team" and above your roster you will see "lineup tools" next to "submit changes". Click lineup tools and choose the option that says "start active players".
Hope this helps.
- 2 Replies to Daniel
Thanks. I used this to set the lineup for the beginning of next week. Luck for me I set my lineup for the week on Sunday night so I was good for today and tomorrow. Was worried about next week but your fix worked.
Im currently having this issue and am unable to get my correct goalies in place. I can't afford to bench them today, my matchup is too close!
My player on the IR is Scott Hartnell, I just noticed he is no longer on the IR in the NHL, so I'll move someone so he can come off for tomorrow, but I need to be able to adjust my line up today!
Thanks for the help!
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